There's a certain amount of satisfaction that comes with building your own Hearthstone deck. Unfortunately, not all of us are gifted enough to do so on a daily basis and a large majority of the community probably falls into the group that isn't sure what cards are required inclusions. Those folks likely turn to sites like Hearthhead to find competitive decklists they can use to climb the ladder, but sometimes it really is better to switch things up, so your opponent doesn't know every single card that you're running.
Today, we're going to help you build your own Renolock deck. We've put together five decklists that various pro players have created in January and compared each of them to find out the spread of cards. Credit goes to Blisterguy for coming up with this format.
Here are those decks:
You may have noticed that all of these decks are just generic Renolock. There are other kinds out there including Combo Renolock and other versions that run C'Thun or N'Zoth, the Corruptor, but the version we have selected is currently the most popular.
There is a total of 22 core cards that all five of these decks are running. That might feel like a lot, leaving you with very little room to experiment, but that's actually far from the truth. One or two tech cards can make a huge difference in this type of deck since your opponent will continue to play around cards they expect you to have.